Chronology of Events - Air France Flight 358, Airbus A340-313
The information in the chronology of events has been provided by various sources to the Transportation Safety Board of Canada within the context of the Air France Airbus A340-313 accident investigation (A05H0002).
Registration Number of Aircraft: F-GLZQ, built in 1999
Number of Engines: 4
Range: 13 350 km
Maximum Take-off Weight: 276 500 kg
Wing Span: 60.3 m
Typical Passenger Seats: 295
Actual Number of Passengers on Flight 358: 297
Crew Members Aboard Flight 358: 12
Runway: 24 Left, 9000 feet (2728 m) in length
|02 August||11:53 UTC||Air France (AFR) Flight 358 departs Charles de Gaulle Airport, Paris, France, for Lester B. Pearson International Airport, Toronto, Canada|
|20:00 UTC||AFR Flight 358 cleared for landing on Runway 24L|
|20:01 UTC||AFR Flight 358 touches down on Runway 24L|
|20:02 UTC||AFR Flight 358 overruns Runway 24L and comes to rest in ravine|
|20:03 UTC||Crash alarm activated and emergency response initiated|
Note: All times are approximate and reported in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).
Photos of the event, are also available on this site.
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